ESTC number: T70818
Folger call number: Film acc. 29
Folger holdings ID: 224948
Sometimes attributed to Daniel Defoe (Lee, Trent, Hutchins, Moore, Novak). Attribution disputed by Furbank and Owens, Defoe de-attributions With an appendix of 14 documents relating to Carolina, compiled by John Ash and others
(appendix): No. 1. The first charter granted by King Charles II to the proprietors of Carolina -- no. 2. The fundamental constitutions of Carolina -- no. 3. A copy of the fundamental constitutions of Carolina -- no. 4. The present state of affairs in Carolina / by John Ash, gent. -- no. 5. To His Excellency John Granville, Esq. Palatine ... the representation and address of several of the members of this present Assembly returned for Colleton County ... -- no. 6. An act for the more effectual preservation of the government of this province, by requiring all persons ... chosen members of the Commons House of Assembly ... to conform to the religious worship in this province according to the Church of England -- no. 7. To His Excellency, John Lord Granville Palatine ... / Charles Town -- no. 8. The letter of Mrs. Blake, widow of the late governor, to the Lords Proprietors -- no. 9. The petition of the Committee of the Pensylvania [sic] Company and divers other merchants trading to Carolina, to the Lord Granvill Palatine ... -- no. 10. South-Carolina. An act for the establishment of religious worship in this province according to the Church of England ... -- no. 11. This is to certify whom it may concern, that Novemb. the 6th and 7th 1704, we ... did peruse and carefully examine a sermon upon the Fifth Commandment preached at Charles-Town-Church in Carolina, by the Reverend Edward Marston ... -- no. 12. Charles Town Library in South Carolina, May 3 1705. Reverend Sir ... / Edward Marston -- no. 13. To His Excellency, John Lord Granville, Palatine ... the humble petition of the Reverend Mr. Edward Marston ... -- no. 14. The case of the Reverend Mr. Edward Marston ...
attributed name: Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731
gent: Ash, John